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As You Were Boys, Business As Usual For Dysfunctional Bankers

BBC News 15 October 2015 From the section Business    Treasury waters down new rules on punishing bankers Image copyright Getty Images Bankers will not have to prove their innocence under new rules being proposed by the UK government. The…

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Legal Heavyweights ShenSmith Barristers In partnership with SBCB & SME Alliance

SBCB.ORG.UK 29-9-2015 ShenSmith Barristers, SBCB, SME Alliance all Join together in Fight for SME Victims of Bank Fraud to seek fair Redress. ShenSmith Barristers is a unique and remote business support service to barristers and chambers with unique beginnings where…

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RBS ‘stripped assets’ of struggling companies

James Hurley Enterprise Editor Published at 12:01AM, May 5 2015 Royal Bank of Scotland was under pressure to strip companies of their assets to improve its balance sheet, The Times can reveal. The bank’s global restructuring group, which was supposed…

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WITNESS CREDIBILITY: WHAT FACTORS DOES THE COURT LOOK AT? ANOTHER EXAMPLE FROM THE MERCANTILE COURT

THE CASE There is an excellent post by Janna Purdie on the Lexis Nexis Dispute Resolution Blog discussing this case in relation to the credibility of witnesses. REVIEW OF GUIDANCE IN RELATION TO CREDIBILITY HH Simon Brown QC reviewed the…

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Private prosecutions should be easier and more accessible

The procedure for bringing a private prosecution in Scotland should be made easier and more accessible, according to litigation specialist Cameron Fyfe. A unique business venture has been formed by a solicitor in partnership with two barristers who have begun…

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